played there about 5-6 weeks ago and it was fine. Usually the overgrowth is just from a lack of useage not lack of maintenance from the park dept. Most golfers will not play Bluebird for various reasons, only a nine hole, baskets don't catch disc good, physically tough on both disc and gofers, playing on hill sides, and the never admitted but usually part of the core reason most people won't play, this course is to hard for them. IMHO this course ( note not coarse) is a true diamond in the rough, lots of nature, not huge crowds playing, nearby food and watering holes, and on a greedy note, one of the nearest to where I live. I know that this will invoke some heated replies but maybe if it does more people will think about playing it.